Heard it through the grapevine, One Morningside Park is already 40% sold. A lot of showings are happening with brokers and clients for this condominium complex. See our numerous previous posts for detailed information on our Harlem Real Estate Menu. One Morningside is located on 110th Street and Manhattan Avenue in South Harlem. Many contracts are out and 1 to 3 bedrooms have already been snatched up by eager buyers.
The sales office is now open by appointment only, to look at available floorplans for sale. We can provide additional information if you’re interested, here at HarlemCondoLife. Contact us via email at HarlemCondoLife@gmail.com. A friend of our blog just purchased a one bedroom one bath unit. The fixtures and design looked quite nice and the site has a feature where you can see what the expected view will be from the unit you are interested in.
Here are recent pictures taken yesterday of One Morningside Park. They have a ways to go but the structure is now fully erected. They expect to be finished by January 2014. Stay tuned for more on One Morningside Park.
View towards Central Park from One Mornigside Park
One Morningside Park view from Frederick Douglass Boulevard Circle
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The time has come!!! Another Sundae Sermon finally approaches this Sunday July 15th from 2 – 7pm in Morningside Park. Alongside DJ Stormin’ Norman this Sunday will be the one and only DJ Spinna. If that isn’t enough the event will be hosted by Bevy Smith and the cast of FELA! which returns to Broadway July 9, 2012.
Sundae Sermon is Good Music For Good People. Come by this Sunday and see what you’ve been missing or come back to what you already know. Bring your kids, the family, a date, your parents, girlfriend, husband, neighbor… whatever this party is for everyone who likes music that makes you feel good. Sundae Sermon Harlem’s number one outdoor party!
See you there…
DJ Stormin’ Norman
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There will be a showing this Saturday night on April 14 at 9:30 PM, of HANDS TO THE SKY at Dixon Place, NYC’s Laboratory for Performance. Tickets are $15 in advance, $20 at the door. For those of you who enjoy the Sundae Sermon parties with DJ Stormin’ Norman and a variety of guest DJ’s, you will definitely enjoy this film.
My House Rocs presents Hands to The Sky. Domingo Canate – Executive Producer; Angelo Boyke – Director/Editor; JP Noel – Co-Director/Producer; Wendy Arimah – Literary Supervisor/Associate Producer; Kervyn Mark – Music Supervisor/Co-Producer. Hands to The Sky is documentary that focuses on the House Music outdoor movement. It removes the dance experience from the confines of the box and plants it in the park, lays it on the beach and sets it in unexpected and exciting places. The adroit camera crew captures the passionate connection between the dancers and the DJ’s, as they explore the themes of love and unity that emanates from the speakers. It calls souls to a common heartbeat and reveals a mystical, musical revolution on the strength of radical peace and a powerful reflection of freedom.
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Feels like it’s been too long since the last one but we can all get our groove on again this Sunday from 3PM- 7PM in Morningside Park at 114th street and Morningside Drive. This Sunday spinning on the decks will be DJ Tommy Bones & Brian Coxx and of course the crowd pleaser… DJ Stormin’ Norman.
If you have not yet witnessed one of these classic summer parties that are fun for the whole family, do yourself a favor and pass through this Sunday and check it out. As the slogan says “GOOD MUSIC FOR GOOD PEOPLE”
See you there and lets all pray for NO RAIN!
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